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The following is a Project Syndicate excerpt from an op-ed written by NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini on Project Syndicate: The world’s economic, financial, and geopolitical risks are shifting. Some risks now have a lower probability – even if they … Continue reading
The following is a Project Syndicate Op-Ed written by NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini. NEW YORK – A little more than a year ago, in the summer of 2012, the eurozone, faced with growing fears of a Greek exit and … Continue reading
The following is an excerpt written by NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini posted on Project Syndicate: NEW YORK – Until the recent bout of financial-market turbulence, a variety of risky assets (including equities, government bonds, and commodities) had been rallying … Continue reading
Nouriel Roubini, Professor of Economics and International Business at NYU Stern, writes on the global economy. Roubini addresses the Eurozone, China, Japan, the Middle East, and the US, to paint a picture of a global economy where the US is … Continue reading
Nobel Laureate and NYU Stern Professor Michael Spence writes about the prospects for an improving world economy for 2013. Professor Spence, a Distinguished Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations notes that: On the whole, the global economy, while not … Continue reading
NYU Stern Professor Nouriel Roubini writes in Gulf News that the despite the upswing in global equity markets this past summer, the eurozone recession, a slow-growing US economy and sluggish emerging market economies will contribute to stalled global growth in … Continue reading